News & Updates

At the 16th Annual Visionary Awards on June 14, Chloe Gubbay was announced as the recipient of the 2018 Community Spotlight Award. Chloe, who founded the Teen Giving Club as a high school sophomore, is the youngest recipient of the Community Spotlight Award; she graduated from high school the day after the Visionary Awards. Chloe […]

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Members of San Diego Young Leaders (SDYL) – a group of 21 to 40-year-old professionals who are emerging leaders and share a commitment to community involvement and professional growth – are invited to the SDYL general membership meeting on Tuesday, July 17 at 5:00 pm at Riverwalk Golf Club. Immediately following the meeting, SDYL members […]

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If your business is looking for industrial workspace in Tijuana, ATISA Industrial invites you to the Diamante Grand Opening taking place Thursday, July 26th at 2:00 p.m. in Tijuana. ATISA’s new building has 219,571 square feet of capacity and is located 25 minutes south from the San Ysidro and Otay Ports of Entry. For this […]

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On October 4 and 5, 2018, Tijuana’s Customs Secretariat (SAT) will be hosting the 2nd Trade Competitiveness and Customs Fair at their headquarters located just south of the Otay Port of Entry. The Chamber, among other organizations, has partnered with SAT in joint efforts to increase our region’s global competitiveness through the promotion and facilitation […]

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Last month, Jerry Sanders joined Mayor Faulconer and community leaders in celebration of Immigrant Heritage Month at a public event held in Balboa Park. During the press conference, Jerry recognized the important role immigrants play in San Diego representing a quarter of the region’s population and nearly one-third of our workforce. A special “I ♥ […]

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After Mexico’s Energy Reform, rail transportation was referred as one of the most cost efficient and viable option. For the first time in 100 years, diesel was imported to Mexico by Baja Railroad (BJRR). It took nearly three years of planning, and with ten tank cars carrying 30,000 gallons of diesel each, CEO Roberto Romandia […]

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The Chamber’s upcoming Cross-Border Business Forum will take place August 16th at Club de Empresarios in Tijuana. The forum will address the transportation and infrastructure aspect of the goods movement including opportunities to further increase connectivity and boost our binational economy, and discuss the challenges of keeping up with a growing population and reducing our […]

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The Chamber’s annual International Tribute Dinner provides an opportunity to recognize outstanding individuals and businesses that have made a significant impact in the binational efforts bridging U.S. and Mexican economies. Previous awardees include Ambassador Marcela Celorio for Binational Leader of the Year; University of California, San Diego, for Cross-Border Collaboration; and Cross Border Xpress (CBX) […]

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The Chamber is pleased to welcome Sue Saarnio to the region as the new U.S. Consul General in Tijuana, a three-year assignment beginning June 2018. Chamber President Jerry Sanders recently met with Consul Saarnio and provided an overview of the Chamber’s work and priorities. We will be working with her to plan a meeting with […]

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Jerry joined the State of Baja, MTS, and the San Diego Tourism Authority at a press conference promoting a marketing campaign to attract visitors to Tijuana via the San Diego Trolley. Two trolley cars dressed in bright pink with the name “TIJUANA” have joined the MTS fleet through the end of August. Jerry emphasized that […]

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